About National Law Journal

The National Law Journal provides in-depth coverage of the issues that mean the most to private practitioners, judges, corporate lawyers, government attorneys and other members of the legal community. We cover:

  • Federal and state court litigation. The National Law Journal features up-to-the-minute coverage of new lawsuits and court rulings, exploring litigation trends, the administration of justice, and the players in trial and appellate courts nationwide.
  • U.S. Supreme Court. Veteran high court reporters provide comprehensive coverage of the justices and the cases before them, including breaking news and analysis about new petitions, top appellate advocates, oral arguments and groundbreaking decisions.
  • Coverage of legislative issues. The National Law Journal reports on and interprets the latest legal issues on Capitol Hill and at the White House, including how important legislation and policy decisions will affect law firms, federal and state government agencies, companies and in-house counsel.
  • Verdicts. State and federal verdicts and settlements of national consequence appear weekly in The National Law Journal.
  • Practitioners Columns. Each week, The National Law Journal features analysis of legal and professional trends from well-known practitioners.
  • Opinions. The National Law Journal provides weekly opinion pieces from prominent lawyers, judges, legal educators and elected officials across the country weighing in on how significant legal issues impact businesses, government enforcement and the legal profession.